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Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is proud to present this 1932 Ford Hi-Boy! No car captures the spirit of Hot Rodding like the 32 Ford! When the Ford Model A debuted in the late 1920s it was a welcome design change from the Model T that was getting long in tooth. Then in 1932 the Ford Motor Company debuted its first V-8 engine and from there a legend was born! After World War II, the returning...
Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is very happy to present this STUNNING 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster! LOOK AT THIS BABY. Absolutely stunning Rod throughout... 6 1/2 year build, well done, and very clean. Looks like it was plucked right out of "American Graffiti" or "Hollywood Knights" movie. The paint, lipstick red top, ideal rake, large caliber rifle shell accents, flames and dog dish whe...
Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is very happy to present this STUNNING 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster! LOOK AT THIS BABY. Absolutely stunning Rod throughout... 6 1/2 year build, well done, and very clean. Looks like it was plucked right out of "American Graffiti" or "Hollywood Knights" movie. The paint, lipstick red top, ideal rake, large caliber rifle shell accents, flames and dog dish whe...
Early Ford body designs have been a notoriously popular platform for customization into street rods for many years. Particularly the Model A and early Ford V8 styles of the 1930's. A great number of designers and builders have captured the attention of classic car enthusiasts with their more appealing high horsepower drivetrains along with sculpted body lines and typical wild paint jobs! Each o...
Gateway Classic Cars of Indianapolis is proud to present this 1932 Ford Highboy. This beautiful black roadster has a stout 355 cubic inch V8 stuffed between the fenders. A 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission takes all the power and moves it into the Ford 9" rear differential. This stripped-down hot rod has all the right sounds, smells, and feels to give an authentic feel, but with th...
Early Ford body designs have been a notoriously popular platform for customization into street rods for many years. Particularly the Model A and early Ford V8 styles of the 1930's. A great number of designers and builders have captured the attention of classic car enthusiasts with their more appealing high horsepower drivetrains along with sculpted body lines and typical wild paint jobs! Each o...
Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this mean 1928 Ford Roadster. It is very hard not to notice this car coming down the road! This ride demands respect and attention which you will get plenty of especially if you crack the throttle on her. You will swear up and down that this is a fiberglass car because it is so smooth but it is a all steel body car. It has a boxed frame with...
This 32 Roadster features a genuine Henry Ford steel body has undergone a no expense spared restoration and is sitting in true "show quality" form. The two stage base/clear paint has been laid out to perfection and has a glossy and mirror like finish. The chassis is as detailed as the body and features chrome and polished aluminum suspension and brake components. This Hot Rod is powered by a 19...
1930 Ford Model A Sedan Highboy Hot Rod This is an all steel car that has that 60's vintage Hot Rod look and runs like new. Built to period correct early 60's vintage it has no billet with everything chromed polished or painted. The car started with a rust-free body that was completely restored. A fully boxed TCI 4-link chassis and Magnum drop front axle was added along with GM disc brakes and ...
The '32 McGowan Brothers' A-V8 was built in 1955-56 by Bobby and Frank McGowan from Branford, CT. Bobby was interviewed on October 6, 1995 and describes the car. "I started with a '31 roadster that my brother, Frank and I bought from Edward's Welding Shop in Stoney Creek, CT for $7.50 apiece. I also bought a wrecked '40 Ford coupe for $7.00. At that time, I was in the Cam Carriers car club and ...
This is one of the most famous Deuce roadsters in today's Hot Rodding as it was built by Boyd Coddington on Discovery Channel's "American Hot Rod." Powered by a 350cid Chevy with a Turbo 350 transmission and a Winters quick-change rear end. Equipped with Mooneyes valve covers, Offenhauser intake, ceramic-coated ramhorn exhaust manifolds, Moon tank, chrome and billet front suspension parts, SoCa...
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This 1932 Ford Highboy is now at the Milwaukee Showroom here at Gateway Classic Cars. The 1930s seen an array of models across multiple brand names. Ford basically struck gold when the Highboy was created, making one of the most sought-after bases to turn into straight performance machines. This Highboy grabs your attention from square one with a matching gold on gold exterior with a tan conver...
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